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Difference between 'Respectful','Respectable' and 'Respective'

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Respectful means 'full of respect'

Respectable means 'worthy of respect'

Respective means 'relating to a particular person,thing'.

Sample Usage

1. It is our duty to be respectful to our parents.
2. A respectful glance.

1. He comes of a respectable family.
2. Respectable behaviour.

1. After the game was over the boys returned to their respective houses.
2. Ram and Sham went to their respective homes.

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